Hi all right, very confused now! Currently Have a 32" JVC with 3 scart sockets (EXT-1 to 3), an S-Video socket + Composite RCA (both EXT-4) DVD, Sky and Video all currently connected by Scart in EXT-1, 2 & 3 I also have a projector of which I paid £55 for a special Composite lead with thick interference free cable and gold connectors at each end, think it was about 20-25m in size that I needed, running from the Composite out on the DVD player which also has an S-Video out option (instead of scart though I think, not instead of Composite) Always thought I had it good then I stumbled across a cabling guide page now I realise I'm running my projector with a cable that only supplies approx. 250 lines of info and is the worst option Then I find Scart is actually pretty crap too So at first, started to look for a 20-25m S-Video cable to run from the DVD to projector, but as the projector also has RGB input (although oddly enough the colours are actually Red, Blue and Yellow instead of Green, but above Yellow it has Y, above Blue it has Pr/Cr and above Red it has Pb/Cb or summat like that and hence assuming this is actually RGB), anyway, as the projector has RGB input, and reading about Scart composite and Scart RGB, although the DVD player doesnt have a direct RGB option, wondering whether running a cable with an RGB scart connector at one end for DVD and RGB at the other for PJ would be better than an S-Video cable? Also, I have found that EXT-1 on my TV is RGB compatible, and hence should I do the same thing here with a shorter cable? I have read that in order or quality downwards its: Component (RGB) S-Video Composite However where do: RGB Scart - RGB Scart RGB Scart - RGB Component S-Video to Scart fit in??? as this is the info I cant find! I am assuming RGB scart is not as good as RGB component? Your advice decides which cables I go for!!!!! thanks in advance!